Date of Stay: August, 2015
Easy on/off I-95 is the best I can say about this campground. There was some sort of motorcycle rally going on at nearby Darlington Track so the campground was packed. More campers would not have fit in even with a shoe-horn. Motorcyclists revving their bikes and playing loud music until way past midnight. Perhaps a less busy time would have been better, but we were near a permanent camper which was a huge eyesore. Sufficient for one night while traveling, but not for a vacation.
Date of Stay: August, 2015
Dingy campground. Overnighters were all placed in the front of the park, in the open. No trees, no privacy. One of the reasons we stayed was for the "Italian" restaurant within walking distance. The restaurant was terrible. Their pizza oven was broken so there was only some sketchy italian meals available. Stay away from the chicken marsala - it was really bad. A forgettable campground, a regrettable meal. Pass this one by.
Date of Stay: July, 2015
Very accommodating staff. Lots for kids to do. They led us to our site, but it was in an awkward spot. We were only there overnight so it was manageable, but would have requested a different site had we been staying for a longer time. We are used to camping at state parks, so being so close to other campers was an adjustment. Would definitely stay here again if in the area. Lots of history and much sightseeing in the area.
Date of Stay: July, 2015
Staff was helpful. Park was quiet, clean, and sites were spacious. There were some long time campers there which were unattractive but for us it was a one night spot and adequate.
Date of Stay: June, 2015
A beautiful, quiet, small park in southern West Virginia. Was a good place to stop and stay overnight. Had a full service site, which was nice for a state park. Back in site was easy to maneuver, with lots of room between campers. Would definitely stay here again. Not used to driving on winding roads so getting to the park from the highway was a but uncomfortable but for locals, a piece of cake I'm sure.
Date of Stay: January, 2015
This is a beautiful park in north Georgia. There was no park host so no wood or ice available. Very quiet..there was only one other camper. Will be back when weather is warmer.
Date of Stay: April, 2014
Our first time camping someplace other than a state park. One the one hand, it was very kid friendly with lots of other children for the grand kids to play with. On the other hand, you don't get the space you get in a state park. Sites are cramped but relatively easy to get to. Other than the lake, it is not particularly scenic. But, the staff were very friendly and overall it was a good experience. Would camp here again if we had the grandchildren, otherwise we still prefer state parks.
Date of Stay: February, 2014
Park is well maintained but the roads are very narrow and there are not enough pull-through sites. Well shaded sites and early enough in the year so that bugs are not out yet which was very nice. Deer come very close to camp because they are not skittish or frightened. Took the pontoon boat tour of the swamp which we highly recommended. Tthe guide was very knowledgeable and was entertaining.
Date of Stay: July, 2013
This is a beautiful park. Small, well maintained, quiet, and very laid back. Georgia state parks are the best. The only complaint I have is that there is an additional fee to use the pool. I can see paying to use the pool if you are coming for a day-trip. But, if you are a paying guest who is staying here, the use of the pool should be included.
Date of Stay: June, 2013
Beautiful park. It is a large park, and there is only one dump site which is not convenient or easy to locate. Lake is lovely - TV reception without a dish was acceptable. Quiet, large sites. Will stay here again.
Date of Stay: February, 2011
Once again, Georgia did not disappoint. There were very few campers and the park was very quiet. Sites are large, the handicapped bath house very well maintained, and the park hosts helpful. Would be nice if their wood was drier and not so hard to burn, especially considering that they do not want campers to bring their own wood.
Date of Stay: September, 2010
We are local and stayed for four nights just to get away. A perfect place for relaxing and enjoying the coastal atmosphere. Rained a bit and got muddy but drainage was pretty good and it didn't last. Bathroom closest to the water is clean but old and could use updating. The handicapped bath house is new, clean, and not many people seem to use it. I was going to work in Savannah while we were here and it was like having a private bathhouse to get ready for work. We took our boat and were able to leave it in the water the entire visit which is convenient although navigating the coastal waters can be challenging.
Date of Stay: April, 2010
This is a well run park. We are local and camped for a weekend with a 3 year old grandson. The staff was friendly and accommodating. We needed wood for a small fire and, rather than requiring us to purchase a large stack, they gave us a few pieces at no charge. Fishing was fun: caught nothing big, but had fun catching small blue gills. Playground could use some updating but all in all a nice weekend. We will be back.
Date of Stay: November, 2009
State parks have it all over private campgrounds and Georgia stands out above most states we have visited. Clean, quiet, beautiful, well organized and maintained. Will return for sure - hated to leave.
Date of Stay: December, 2008
This is a great park for the ocean. It is well kept, well run, and quiet despite the location on Highway A1A. Bath house was clean and we liked the private, family shower. Other than the ocean, there is nothing to do here. We were visiting family in the area so that was not an issue for us this time. Their gate with the padlock on it is very inconvenient. Perhaps just being lazy but every time we came in or left, we had to get out of the vehicle, unlock the padlock, open the gate, drive through, close the gate and re-lock. Just seems as if there could be an easier way.